Buy Bimat (Bimatoprost)
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|Form release:||3ml bottle|
|Shipping time:||7 – 21 days|
|Best price:||13.35 USD|
|Order:||through request form|
We sell Generic Bimatoprost under brand name: Bimat. Bimat availalbe at wemailmd.com with brush or without brush, you need to contact us if you need brush, usually we ship bimat without brush. Original brand of bimatoprost 0,03% is Latisse, Latisse brand is not cheap, so we recommend to buy cheaper bimat version of bimatoprost. Bimat made by Ajanta Pharma is popular and trusted company in India, they made various medecines. Bimatoprost eye drop is an award-winning ophthalmic solution that not only lowers intraocular pressure deep within the eye but also helps your eyelashes grow naturally. Also we can say that Bimat is good alternative for Careprost. This product makes your eye lid organ capable enough of getting attractive lashes.
Basicaly, Bimat is recommended to use up to 16 weeks up to good changes in your eyelashes. It has to be applied once a day for 14 weeks and thereafter can be adjusted to 1-3 times a week. Consult your physician before stop using or start the solution.
- Make sure your face is clean. Remove your makeup and remove your contact lenses if you wear them. Wash your hands to prevent germs from getting on or near your eyes.
- Remove the applicator from the tray that it is packaged in. Hold the applicator horizontally. Gently squeeze the bottle allow one drop of Latisse to come out onto the applicator. Do not put it on the very tip, but the area right before the tip. You will not want to waste any drops, as it is expensive.
- Draw the applicator with the Latisse on it along the base of the upper eyelashes starting from the inner part of your eyelash line to the outer part. Do not apply to the lower lid. Do not instill Latisse into the eye. (You don’t need to use much Latisse to make your lashes grow.)
- Blot any excess Latisse that may be on the eyelid with a tissue. Try not to allow the Latisse to enter your eyes.
- Redness of the thin tissue over the white part of the eye (conjunctiva)
- Itchy, red eyes.
- Dry eyes.
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